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  • Busy Millennials gobble up, drive popularity of 'grocerants'

    Busy Millennials gobble up, drive popularity of 'grocerants'
    Last week, Patrick Wong was right where food-industry experts expected him to be: eating mac and cheese at a table in the perimeter of his neighborhood Whole Foods, surrounded by people doing pretty much the same thing. "If I had the time to actually...
  • The North Face hopes to rope you in with virtual-reality rock climbing

     The North Face hopes to rope you in with virtual-reality rock climbing
    What is it like to dangle on a rock face in Yosemite National Park? Or to leap from cliffs in the Moab desert? The North Face wants customers to find out. The outdoors brand on Monday will debut a virtual-reality experience at its Chicago brand store,...
  • Inspiring Good Health One Step at a Time

    Inspiring Good Health One Step at a Time
    Healthy living and eating is a hot topic these days. Leading the charge is Carolyn Scott-Hamilton, better known as the Healthy Voyager, who has spent over a decade inspiring people to live well, one veggie at a time. As a respected expert in the fields of...
  • Community 'Stars' shine at Park Ridge Chamber gala

    Community 'Stars' shine at Park Ridge Chamber gala
    10th Annual 'Night of Stars' Sponsored by: Park Ridge Chamber of Commerce Honors: For exceptional contributions to local volunteer organizations and the community's overall quality of life, awards presented to Jessica Altman, Youth Award; Scott...
  • As Whole Foods ventures to Englewood, many eyes on Detroit store

    As Whole Foods ventures to Englewood, many eyes on Detroit store
    The skeptics didn't think a Whole Foods could ever work in Detroit. They also didn't think a Whole Foods could deliver change to a city plagued by poverty, blight, crime and unemployment. Yet in the 11/2 years since the market opened, the aisles have...
  • Starbucks' new cold-brew coffee will carry higher price

    Starbucks' new cold-brew coffee will carry higher price
    Starbucks is bringing out a higher-priced, small-batch iced coffee, the coffee giant's latest launch as it seeks to attract customers who want drinks that are a step up from a standard cup of joe. The new cold-brew coffee is steeped using cool water....
  • A Welsh grandmother, a mission to run solo across the U.S.

    A Welsh grandmother, a mission to run solo across the U.S.
    What makes Rosie run? There must be a good reason that 68-year-old Rosie Swale Pope is running across the United States from New York to San Francisco, far away from her home in Wales. There must be a compelling cause for this grandmother of two to...
  • Homegrown vendors hope to make the cut at Whole Foods

    Homegrown vendors hope to make the cut at Whole Foods
    You could call it Whole Foods' version of "American Idol" or "The Voice." When the organic grocer plans to open a store, it sometimes conducts an audition: Local vendors, some little more than hobbyists, pitch things they make or bake with the...
  • Whole Foods promises Englewood store will be affordable

     Whole Foods promises Englewood store will be affordable
    For years Whole Foods has been called "Whole Paycheck" because of the prices of some of its merchandise. But the grocer insists its products will be affordable when it opens a store in Englewood next year. Company executives pointed to the success of...
  • Council candidates field tough questions at forum

    Council candidates field tough questions at forum
    At the second forum for City Council candidates in Burbank's upcoming primary election, hopefuls faced pointed questions on development and their backgrounds before a near-capacity crowd at Woodbury University Wednesday. One question they all agreed...
  • Try these simple steps to beat rising food costs

    The Kiplinger Agriculture Letter expects food prices across the board to increase 2.5 percent in 2015. However, there are ways to keep the cost of groceries under control. Follow these steps to keep your food bills under control: 1. Stock up during...